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2022 BECE commences today; 552,276 candidates to sit for examinations

2022 BECE commences today; 552,276 candidates to sit for examinations

Africa News, Ghana News
The 2022 Basic Education Certificate Examinations (BECE) commences today, Monday, October 17. The examinations will take place at 2,038 centres across the country. A total of 552,276 candidates from 18,501 schools will be sitting for the examinations. This is 3.48 percent less than the 2021 entry figure of 572,167. The number comprises 276,988 males and 275,288 females. For this year, both schools and private candidates are sitting for examinations at the same time. In a statement issued ahead of the exams, the West African Examination Council (WAEC) said it decided to organise the exams for both private and school candidates this year as a result of the consistently low entries for the private candidates over the years. “This year’s BECE will, therefore, see a total...
422,883 Candidates to write 2022 WASSCE for School Candidates

422,883 Candidates to write 2022 WASSCE for School Candidates

Africa News, Ghana News
A total of 422,883 final-year senior high school (SHS) students across the country will write this year's West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School Candidates. The examination, which begins with the practical session today, August 1, will involve 203,753 males and 219,130 females. The examination will be written in 977 schools, comprising 673 public schools and 304 private schools. It will be manned by 775 supervisors. According to statistics from the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) made available to the Daily Graphic, the Ashanti Region will present the highest number of candidates; 104,334. They are made up of 50,865 males and 53,469 females. The Bono, Ahafo and Bono East regions follow the Ashanti Region with a total of 60,199 c...
Youth Charged To Be Purity-Minded

Youth Charged To Be Purity-Minded

Ghana News, Pentecost News
Elder Prof. Eric Appau Asante, Deputy Director of the Youth Ministry of The Church of Pentecost, has charged the youth of the church to be purity-minded and active for the kingdom of God. The Deputy Youth Director was speaking at the West African Examination Council (WAEC) Hall in Tamale, during a meeting with the Tamale Area Youth Ministry of the church as part of the Youth Ministry National Executive Committee (NEC) Members’ recent tour of the Northern Region. Delivering a sermon on the topic, “Be Holistically Active; God Is Interested In Your Holistic Wellbeing,” Elder Prof. Asante said that God is interested in the holiness and availability of the youth of the church. According to him, being holistic involves paying delicate attention and being interested in every facet of on...

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